Pumpkins: canvas farming; The most common practical application are still birdhouses | National News – 71Bait

Unassuming and unappealing when left alone, pumpkins have a potential limited only by the artist’s imagination. Dickie Martin grew up at the end of Ghost Creek Road in Laurens. Around 70 years later, he and his wife Linda still live there, surrounded by their children. The original home faces a freshly plowed field of deep … Read more

Houston’s Orange Show Monument to be restored with the help of $1 million in federal grants – Houston Public Media – 71Bait

Emily Jaschke Robert Ellis performs at the Orange Show Monument, which is being restored for $1 million with a grant from Save America’s Treasures. A unique part of Houston’s history and culture is being restored with federal funding. The Orange Show Monument, a decades-old carnival-like structure near the East End and listed on the National … Read more

Carlisle is ready to celebrate the 40th Annual Harvest of the Arts Festival this weekend – 71Bait

With the onset of autumn, Carlisle is prepared for the harvest season—harvest of the arts, that is. The 40th Annual Downtown Carlisle Association (DCA) Festival will fill downtown on Saturday from 10am to 5pm with more than 100 artists and craftspeople, a European sports car exhibit, children’s activities, live entertainment and more . As the … Read more

Carlisle Ready to Celebrate 40th Annual Harvest of the Arts Festival This Weekend | Carlisle – 71Bait

With the onset of autumn, Carlisle is prepared for the harvest season—harvest of the arts, that is. The 40th Annual Downtown Carlisle Association (DCA) Festival will fill downtown on Saturday from 10am to 5pm with more than 100 artists and craftspeople, a European sports car exhibit, children’s activities, live entertainment and more . As the … Read more

Art in the Park: Creators of New Auburn Coloring Book Among Over 85 Artists | entertainment – 71Bait

Hoope’s Park is often colourful. But two of the times the Auburn sweetheart is at its most colorful will come together this weekend. They are Art in the Park, which is taking place for the ninth time on Saturday, and Let’s Color Auburn’s History, a new coloring book that creators Kevin Burke and Amanda Tallcot … Read more

Art: Rauschenberg ‘Surfaces’ at the Dickinson Gallery | The Sentinel – Local Scene – 71Bait

Joseph and Barrie Ann George for The Sentinel The public is often led to believe that “important” exhibitions can only be found in metropolises or large museums. In reality, however, ambitious and prestigious exhibits can be found closer to home, particularly in many of the local college art galleries. Dickinson College’s Trout Gallery is hosting … Read more

Young Detroit artists transformed the former Greektown PizzaPapalis into a fashion pop-up and gallery | Art Guide Autumn | Detroit – 71Bait

click to enlarge courtesy photo Earlier this summer, Trent Garcons and Andrew Judnic set up a fashion and art pop-up in Greektown’s former PizzaPapalis building. Trent Garcons, 18, of Detroit, and Andrew Judnic, 20, of Grosse Pointe, have made new history in a historic building in Greektown. The two crossed paths on their creative journeys … Read more

‘From This Moment On…’: Wildfire and the Art of Napa Valley’s Nancy Willis | Art & Theater – 71Bait

FOR THE REGISTRATION Artist Nancy Willis opens a new exhibition September 14 at Napa Valley College’s Visual Arts Center. From This Moment On…: Painting as Response to Wildfire runs through October 15. Willis paints moments of everyday life from domestic and external scenes. Her own garden was the setting for many eventful dinner parties, lit … Read more

“Undiscovered” art is on display; Work by the Orangeburg painter, sculptor at the Arts Center | Local – 71Bait

Especially for The T&D The late James H. Green Jr. left his childhood home and life in Orangeburg in 1956 after receiving an art scholarship from Ohio Wesleyan University. Green studied painting and sculpture, but fell ill with an illness during his studies that would change his life, but not his urge to create. Returning … Read more

“Undiscovered” art is on display; Work by the Orangeburg painter, sculptor at the Arts Center | Local – 71Bait

Especially for The T&D The late James H. Green Jr. left his childhood home and life in Orangeburg in 1956 after receiving an art scholarship from Ohio Wesleyan University. Green studied painting and sculpture, but fell ill with an illness during his studies that would change his life, but not his urge to create. Returning … Read more